Thursday, April 24, 2014

Artists



Robert Abbett

Wildlife Art and Prints Magazine.  His painting of a steer wrestler, Some Days won the purchase prize at the 1981 Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo, and the painting hangs in the Cheyenne Frontier Days Old West Museum. Abbett's work was selected…

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William Acheff

Known for his highly realistic still life subject matter, often combining objects of the present and the past, William Acheff became a resident of northern New Mexico where he has his studio in his home. He was born in Alaska…

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William Ahrendt

William Ahrendt was born in Cleveland, Ohio in 1933. He holds a Masters degree in Art History from Arizona State University and a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in painting from the Cleveland Institute of Art where he won the…

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Michael Albrechtsen

Michael received a Master of fine Arts Degree from Utah State University. During his college years, he took many courses in technical drafting, learning about line drawings, shading, and three-dimensional renderings. This trained him to see detail and strive for…

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William Alther

William Alther was born in Topeka, Kansas in 1959.  Art has always played a significant role in his life.  From an early age he had an interest in drawing, particularly animals.  A degree in wildlife biology from Texas A&M University…

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Roy Andersen

"Roy was born in New Hampshire and received his formal study at the Chicago Academy of Fine Art and the Art Center School of Los Angeles. He joined the ranks of professional illustrators in New York and Chicago where he…

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Kathy Anderson

Kathy Anderson grew up in suburban Long Island, but spent much of her childhood in close contact with nature. She camped with her family in the lakes of the Adirondacks and on trips to Wyoming and throughout the west.  She…

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Bill Anton

Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Bill Anton became a western painter, especially of the lifestyle of cowboys. He first traveled West at age seven. He attended Loyola University in Chicago and then transferred to Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff,…

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Rett Ashby

Born in 1961 in the small town of Rigby Idaho and soon after relocated to Roy, Utah.  His earliest artistic influence came from his mother, Sandra Ashby, a professional watercolorist, from whom he learned the basics of fine art.  Rett…

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Clyde Aspevig

Inspired by the sagebrush and wide open horizons of Wyoming and Montana, Clyde Aspevig is a landscape painter who  sketches on location and finishes the work in his studio. Although he was trained to be an art educator, he has…

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James Ayers

In the chronicles of human history, countless cultures have emerged, matured, waned, and then finally disappeared. What perspectives of this world have died with them? James Ayers understands the inevitability of change and seeks to honor the customs and beauty…

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Carrie Ballantyne

"It's exciting and rewarding to be able to portray people and a lifestyle that I admire and respect." Best known for her Western portraits, Carrie Ballantyne began drawing as a child -  "anything that would hold still long enough". In…

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Stephanie Birdsall

  STEPHANIE BIRDSALL received her formal training at the City and Guilds of London Art School in England. She has exhibited at the Royal Academy in London, England, Bargemon, France and both the Salmagundi and National Arts Clubs in New…

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Teal Blake

Like father, like son. So it is with artist Teal Blake and his father, Buckeye Blake, well-known western artist. While growing up, Teal was surrounded by western art and the creators of that genre. His father's artist friends, Gary Carter,…

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Mark Boedges

An up and coming artist, Mark Boedges has in a short time amassed numerous awards and shown his work in many galleries. Although art was always a part of his life, Mark came to painting in a more serious manner…

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Nelson Boren

Originally from Tempe, Arizona, Nelson Boren credits his mother as his earliest artistic influence.  A painter, she only allowed Nelson to hang posters in his bedroom that he had painted.  While studying architecture at Arizona State University, Boren elected to…

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Sophy Brown

Statement: I hope my paintings capture “ the feel of the rush of life.” I want to show what it is like to be amongst horses in a great open country. I paint as a means of capturing and the…

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Tom Browning, C.A

Born in Ontario, Oregon, in 1949, Tom Browning has been painting professionally since 1972. Starting out with Western and wildlife as a choice of subject matter, Tom has had a multifaceted career that has provided many incredible paintings of different…

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Mary Ross Buchholz

Mary Ross Buchholz is from a pioneering, ranching family heritage and those time-honored traditions and values are a tremendous part of her life today. Mary, her husband and three children live in rural west Texas near the town of Eldorado.…

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Ken Carlson

Ken Carlson, like many of his contemporaries, began his career in art as a commercial artist.  He entered a "Draw Me" contest at the age of fifteen, won and took advantage of the prize, a two-year scholarship to the Art…

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Gary Carter

"Born in Hutchinson, Kansas, Gary Carter is a realist painter and sculptor of Northwestern frontier activity. Many of his childhood trips were with his father backpacking in the Sierras. He served in the Army and then earned a BFA from…

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John Michael Carter

John Michael Carter was born in Chicago, Illinois. He began his first studies in drawing with his father at the age of 16. In 1968, he attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago.In 1970, Mr. Carter moved to Los…

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Kim Casebeer

"Kim Casebeer was born and raised in Kansas on a family farm.  As part of a fourth generation farm family, she has been connected to the land for a long time.  Kim still lives in Kansas and draws her inspiration…

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Jean Chambers

Jean Chambers began her fine art career by painting during off-hours while running her own business in the architectural field.  Her earliest study took place in museums and art galleries where she developed a keen sense of the techniques the…

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Scott Christensen

Raised in Lander, Wyoming, Scott Christensen settled in Jackson and became a successful painter at an early age. However, he never began painting until he was in college, but he credits his basic interest to seeing his wheel-chair bound grandfather…

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Michael Coleman

Michael Coleman's paintings have been called a "synthesis of man and nature finding union in art." He is able to achieve that union in his art because he has long been on intimate terms with nature. As a boy, he…

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Carole Cooke

Carole began her professional career as an Art Director in the film industry. During that period, she began to explore being a fine artist. With relentless determination and a dedication, Carole studied the work of European Masters, the Early California…

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Robert Coombs

As a young boy, Robert Coombs had received one of the most exciting presents he could remember – a set of watercolor paints. He was so anxious to use them that he quickly grabbed a pad of paper and sat…

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Bob Coronato

Bob Coronato used to open books and look at the "Old West" photos and see cowboys riding the open plains, and he would stop and think, "I wished I lived 100 years ago." After going out to the very remote…

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Bill Davidson

Greenhouse Gallery of Fine Art, International Masters of Fine Art Exhibition 2013 Trailside Galleries, Masters in Miniature Invitational Show 2013 RMPAP, Purchase Award 2013, Teton National Park Conservancy 2012 and 2013 Western Visions Artist, National Wildlife Museum, Jackson Hole Scottsdale…

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Marina Dieul

  Marina Dieul was born in France. She showed great interest in painting and drawing from an early age, and her family encouraged her vocation. In early 2000, she moved to Montreal, Canada, where she now lives. She has since…

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Terry Donahue

Terry Donahue is an internationally acclaimed wildlife artist who is rapidly gaining attention in the art world for his innovative style and stunning portrayals of primates, big cats, birds and other wildlife species. His masterful use of pastels creates palpable textures…

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Tom Dorr

Tom Dorr was born in the Midwest.  His family moved to Colorado when he was eleven and that’s when his love affair with the cowboy began.  Tom stalked the wild, wide-open places, gravitating toward the ranching scenes and studying the…

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C. Michael Dudash

Born and raised in Minnesota, Michael settled in the Green Mountains of Vermont where  he began his full time career as an artist and oil painter in 1977.   He has done so many assignments, commissions and gallery paintings that he has lost…

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Michelle Dunaway

Michelle Dunaway’s figurative paintings often depict people in an introspective moment. “One of the things that fascinates me the most” says Dunaway, “ Is that we all have unique histories and life experiences, but within we all share the same…

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Robert Duncan

Born in Salt Lake City, Robert Duncan became a representational painter of western figure, genre, and landscape and settled in Midway, Utah in 1976. He spent most of his youth on family ranches in the upper Green River area of…

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Adele Earnshaw

Artist's Statement:  A sixth generation New Zealander, I was born in Hastings in 1949 and lived in Warkworth before immigrating with my family to the U.S. My childhood in New Zealand has a major influence on my work and choice…

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Greg English

Greg English has a natural eye for light source and believes "knowing shadow" is the key to drawing the observer into his paintings.  Viewing Greg's work one would never believe he has had no formal training.  His passion for detail…

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Loren Entz, C.A.

Loren Entz presents a unique picture of the West. Whereas many Western artists focus on the more adventurous aspects of the historical West and modern ranch life, Entz paints the quieter, more domestic side of rural life. His paintings often…

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Joni Falk

Joni Falk, a realist painter of still life and landscapes, has called Phoenix home since 1960. She grew up in Chicago and is a graduate of Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was the Southwest culture and history that provided the…

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John Fawcett

Born in Iowa in 1953, John attended Iowa State University Veterinary School and was a practicing veterinarian in Pennsylvania for nearly twenty years before becoming a full time artist. He brings this first hand knowledge of animals to life in…

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Luke Frazier

Luke Frazier has quickly established himself as one of the West's most promising wildlife artists. Born and raised in northern Utah, Luke grew up in the mountains, hunting and fishing. These early forays into nature instilled in him a kinship…

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Charles Fritz

Charles Fritz's paintings are an honest approach to the world around him, depicting the landscape, life and history of the Rocky Mountain region. In explaining his style, he describes himself as an outdoor artist, preferring to paint on location, a…

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Malcolm Furlow

Taos resident, Malcolm Furlow, an award winning painter, hasn't always been an artist. As a young man he received a track scholarship to the University of Texas and decided to choose art as his major. Unfortunately, his art professor disapproved…

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John Gawne

After graduating from Notre Dame with an accounting degree, John C. Gawne traveled to the West for the first time. It was on this trip when he discovered the spirit of the American West that has drawn him there ever…

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Daniel Gerhartz

Daniel Gerhartz was born in 1965 in Wisconsin where he now lives with his wife Jennifer and their  children. His interest in art piqued at an early age when a teenage friend suggested they spend one dreary afternoon drawing. It…

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Brian Grimm

Brian Grimm was born in Bastrop, Texas in 1968 and grew up in the small of town of Elgin, Texas. His talent was discovered at an early age and the rural farm life was rich with inspiration. After achieving an art degree in 1992, Brian worked as a graphic…

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Ray Hare

Ray was born and raised in northern California. As a young boy, he didn't want any toys, just a ball of clay, paperclip and rubber bands to make his own toys. Drawing was something that was a high priority for…

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G. Harvey

G. Harvey grew up in the Texas Hill country listening to his father and grandfather relate stories to him about ranch life, the old frontier days in Texas and driving cattle across the Red River. During the earlier part of…

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G. Harvey

G. Harvey grew up in the Texas Hill country listening to his father and grandfather relate stories to him about ranch life, the old frontier days in Texas and driving cattle across the Red River. During the earlier part of…

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Dick Heichberger

Dick Heichberger was born in Eden, New York. While in elementary school, he attended an Andrew Wyeth exhibit at the Buffalo Museum of Fine Art, where he became interested in art. During his formative years, Heichberger developed his interest in…

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Karin Hollebeke

"The field of Western art is limitless in its challenges," Karin Hollebeke says, "I cannot think of a more rewarding subject matter. I am fortunate to live in the West, to be an artist, and to spend my life surrounded…

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Chauncey Homer

Chauncey Homer was born and raised in northwestern New Mexico. His family was full of artists so Chauncey grew up thinking everybody in the world could draw. His early drawings were based upon comic book characters. From that point of…

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Russell Houston

Russ' desire to paint comes in large measure from his love of the West, its people and the variety of experiences they find themselves in. Born the son of Marine Corp parents, Russ spent time drawing the military activities around…

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Terry Isaac

         Internationally acclaimed wildlife artist Terry Isaac until recently lived in the Williamette Valley of Oregon where he drew inspiration from his own backyard as well as the captivating vistas of the Northwest.  In 2007 he moved…

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John Jarvis, C.A.

John is a descendant of early Utah pioneers who settled in Utah valley in the early 1850's.  His great grandfathers accompanied handcart and wagon trains to Utah valley and helped organize and establish the fist communities.  He grew up hiking…

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Jennifer Johnson

"When I’m painting on location, usually in the mountains, I can take a deep breath and listen to the environment around me. I can see the crispness of the colors, the softness or hard edges of mountain peaks, or changes…

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Stephen J. Krasemann

  The need for creative expression has always been on Stephen’s life agenda. With encouragement from fellow artists and friends, Stephen travels the life-long journey of an artist.    After more than a decade traveling the globe searching for wildlife…

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Steven Lang

As a young boy, Steven Lang fell in love with a book of paintings of the Old West by Frederic Remington. He knew then that some day he would strive to become part of and contribute to the world of…

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Mike Larsen

Researching the history of the people he paints and sculpts, Mike Larsen spends much of his studio time with books. Accuracy in regalia and dress tell much about his subjects. For over forty years, he has spent his life as…

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David A. Leffel

Born and raised in New York City, David A. Leffel is a painter in the style of early Dutch and Flemish painters such as Vermeer and Rembrandt.  His childhood was quite different from most children as he spent eleven years,…

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Robert Lemler

For Robert Lemler of Phoenix Arizona, nothing takes the place of painting life as it unfolds around him.  Robert swiftly reproduces the emotion and beauty of a moment with his direct, naturalistic approach.  The intense interplay of light, form, and…

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Robert Liberace

Robert Liberace is equally accomplished in drawing, painting, and sculpture. He works in a variety of mediums including pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, watercolor, and oil. In the February 2006 issue of The Artists' Magazine Rob was selected as one of the…

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Jeremy Lipking

Jeremy Lipking resides in Calabasas, California. He attended the California Art Institute in Westlake Village where he now teaches. Jeremy Lipking found immediate success and respect in the art market when he brought his first paintings to sale in 2000.…

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Bryce Cameron Liston

Bryce Cameron Liston believes that the highest form of art is the representation of the human figure. As a traditional painter and sculptor, he considers sound draftsmanship and a solid knowledge of human anatomy essential for the successful execution of…

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Cindy Long

Cindy Long’s drawings of the people of the West are reflections of her lifelong interests in both drawing and western characters. Her interest in art led her to earn a degree in Graphic Design and work in the design field…

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David Mann

A painter of Native American figures and genre as these subjects would appear in everyday life, David Mann does extensive research on the clothing and background objects of his subject matter but does not show actual historical events. Most of…

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Bonnie Marris

Bonnie Marris has taken an unusual path into art; she developed her talent by portraying animals “from the inside out.” While she was a student at Michigan State University, Bonnie illustrated several major books. One volume she worked on was…

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William Matthews

William Matthews was born in New York in 1949 and moved with his family to San Francisco in the late fifties.  He received art training on the West Coast and spent two years in Los Angeles designing album covers before…

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Buck McCain

Painter and sculptor Buck McCain was raised on a working cattle ranch in southern California near the Mexican border. McCain was home-schooled by his mother and also learned Spanish and the native Indian language from the local children. A fifth…

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Sherrie McGraw

Sherrie McGraw has been at the forefront of the American Art scene for over thirty years.  As a young woman in Oklahoma City in 1978, she was urged by her teachers Richard and Edith Goetz to move to New York…

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James McGrew

From his earliest childhood memories, James McGrew remembers his inspiration to draw/paint and photograph the beautiful world of the Western U.S.  His family camping/backpacking trips to Yosemite, Tahoe, Trinities, Southern Oregon and the Coast were a major influence.  Though he…

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Kenny McKenna

Completion of McKenna’s first oil painting was in 1966 during his third year of high school art instruction. For two decades following, painting was for self enjoyment whilehe traveled from coast to coast and gig to gig as a musician…

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Jamie Means

Jamie Means was born in Alaska and has spent most of his life in Northern California. Means trains quarter horses for reigning, cutting and general cow work. If he’s not working with horses, he’s spending 12-hour days producing art. He…

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Dan Metz

Those shining, snow capped solitudes, guardians of glaciers and birthplace of rivers, cracked and craggy, they are the crowns of countries. These mountains and the American west have been a magnet for Dan Metz since his first remembrances. Since 1974,…

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Chuck Middlekauff

Born in Massachusetts and raised as an "Air Force brat," I saw my first real cowboys, ranches and rodeos through the window of our station wagon, while bickering with my two younger sisters in the back seat on cross-country trips to…

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Dan Mieduch

 A representational oil painter of cowboys and Indians, both historic and contemporary, Mieduch has lived in Arizona since 1975.

He was born in Detroit, Michigan, and was drawing by the age of seven. He lived in a rural area and came…

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Paul Moore

Paul Moore is a fifth generation Oklahoman and a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation.  In the past thirty six years, he has sculpted more than 130 commissions for numerous municipal, corporate, private and international collections.  Moore is a member…

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Douglas P. Morgan

Whether I paint a still life, landscape or interior scene, the dramatic use of color, shadow, perspective and form as well as different compositions immortalize that image. Having traveled widely experiencing the richness of other cultures, and living in the…

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Tibor Nagy

Tibor Nagy was born and raised in a small town called Rimavská Sobota in Slovakia which lies in the heart of Europe. He grew up in a family of musicians during the communist regime, where the artistic expression was severely restricted.…

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Gayle Nason

Since moving to Arizona from rural Iowa in 1968, Gayle Nason's love for the Southwest and her fascination with the historical legacy of its native people has added a new dimension to her still life paintings. Deeply moved by the…

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Phill Nethercott

Phill Nethercott looks out the window of his home in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and can see the distant majestic Teton mountain range. Jackson Hole, with its grand mountains, vast rivers and lakes and seasonal changes, has always been known as…

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Rock Newcomb

Rock Newcomb was raised on a ranch in southern Idaho where he developed a love for nature and the environment.  He earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in art from California State University.  Newcomb taught for twenty-six years before becoming…

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Jim Norton

Born in Price, Utah, Jim Norton is known for his paintings of real-life cowboys and their horses. He also paints Indians and has a collection of authentic Plains Indian costumes.He spent most of his youth in western Wyoming where he…

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Turid Pedersen

Pedersen paints from life in a studio lit by northern light in her house in the historic district of Silver City, New Mexico. She loves "the cool, suffused light-what it does to modeling and shadows and the mood it creates."…

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Robert Peters

Robert Peters' career as a professional artist has spanned more than 25 years. He is presently a regular contributor to prestigious museum exhibitions such as the Prix de West and Masters of the American West. His paintings are widely collected…

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Mark Pettit

An intense childhood interest in drawing and painting gave Mark Pettit an early start in the pursuit of becoming an artist, but there was little in his early efforts to suggest that he would attain his current level of success…

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Phillip Philbeck

North Carolina is the home of renowned landscape painter Phillip Philbeck. His subjects, mountains, rolling piedmont, and coastal views, hold great appeal with magnificent vistas, wide sandy shores, wonderful spring and fall foliage. Born in Washington, D.C., but a resident…

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Joel Phillips

Joel Phillips was born in Midland, Texas, and grew up drawing horses and cowboys.  Later his family moved to California where he was introduced to the vaquero and his beautiful horsemanship.  Today’s practitioners of this tradition, and their horse, continue…

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Kyle Polzin

Born on January 16, 1974, Kyle Polzin grew up in South Texas, and began developing his artistic skills at a young age with the guidance of his father. Brought up around horses and the Gulf coast, Kyle grew to appreciate…

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John Poon

Encouraged as a child by the wealth of landscape and artist interpretation in the Bay Area and with such early experiences as Van Gogh's exhibition at De Young Museum in San Francisco, John Poon developed an appreciation of art at…

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Chad Poppleton

Chad Poppleton is a resident of Cache Valley Utah and has been interested in art ever since he can remember. His interest began while on the farm and ranch with his grandfather while working with the animals and understanding their…

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Tony Pro

Tony Pro was born in Northridge, CA in 1973. He grew up in Southern California around artists such as his father, Julio (1929-2013 ), who was an up and coming artist in the southwest art community. Being the youngest of…

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Cindy Procious

  Cindy Procious, born in 1965, is a contemporary American Realist painter. Recognized for her highly detailed paintings executed in the time-honored techniques of the Old Masters, her work is crafted with elaborate under paintings and then built upon with…

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Robert Pummill

An impressionist oil painter of scenes of the Old West, he was inspired by the work of Frederic Remington, N.C. Wyeth, and John Singer Sargent as well as the Dutch Old Masters and the French Impressionists. He was born in…

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Mary Qian

Mary Qian went to Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah. Where she earned her BFA in Fine Arts and Illustration, August 1998. Originally from Shanghai, China, Mary went through the traditional Chinese educational system focusing on the sciences while studying Chinese…

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Jason Rich, C.A.

Jason Rich grew up on a small farm in southern Idaho riding, training and drawing horses. Western roots and artistic passion influenced his decision to complete undergraduate and master's degrees in art at Utah State University and pursue art professionally.…

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R.S. Riddick, C.A.

Born in Santa Monica, California, he became one of the Southwest's best known artists in the late 20th Century with a wide range of subjects from romantic figure to western art to still-lifes. His art was encouraged by his father…

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Laura Robb

The Tulsa, Oklahoma native, Laura Robb, entered art school at the age of 16. She has studied under Michael Aviano and Richard Schmid. Robb's art earned her a high honor  when she received the John F. and Anna Lee Stacey…

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Gary Lynn Roberts

Gary Lynn Roberts was raised in Texas and has been painting since the age of fourteen.  He grew up in an atmosphere permeated by art, his major influence being his father, noted Western artist Joe Rader Roberts.  In addition to…

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Howard Rogers

An illustrator and fine art painter specializing in female nude figure, Howard Rogers grew up in San Diego, California the child of a cobbler and department store clerk who encouraged him at a young age to pursue his talents. As…

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Greg Scheibel

Greg Scheibel has always felt a strong connection to the outdoors. Throughout his life he has spent a great deal of time hiking, fishing, backpacking, and closely observing his surroundings, which has led to a deep appreciation for the remote…

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Richard Schmid

Richard Schmid was born in Chicago, Illinois in 1934. His earliest artistic influence came from his maternal grandfather, Julian Oates, an architectural sculptor. Richard’s initial studies in landscape painting, figure drawing, and anatomy began at the age of twelve and…

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Aaron Schuerr

Aaron Schuerr, a signature member of the Pastel Society of America, is a dedicated plein-air painter based in Livingston, Montana. Working in both oil and pastel, he brings a quiet intimacy and sensitive rendering of light to the varied landscapes of…

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Dave Sellers

Dave began his career as a means to fund his college education.  His initial focus was wildlife.  After attending Humboldt State University in Northern California, he began his career in earnest.  Success came early with requests from California Ducks Unlimited…

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Frank Serrano

Contemporary landscape artist, Frank M. Serrano was born in Los Angeles on November 29, 1967. He developed an early interest in art and nature, studying throughout his school days, but is largely self-taught. His natural talent eventually gained him a lucrative career as a…

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Robert Shufelt

"Robert “Shoofly” Shuflet was born in Champaign, Illinois on February 16, 1935.  Shoofly is the accomplished exponent of the pencil.  His work has gained worldwide recognition saluting drawings as eminent works of art rather than envisions for greater achievement by…

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Brett J. Smith

If there was ever an artist who captured today's sporting experience with yesterday's sense of adventure, it is Brett Smith. Born on March 19, 1958 in New Orleans, Louisiana, Smith is now considered to be among the best in his…

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George D. Smith

George D. Smith "Dee" was born in Cody, Wyoming on January 3, 1944. He attended Cody Public Schools and graduated with honors in 1968. He then entered Montana State University at Bozeman and received his degree in architecture. During his…

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Matt Smith

Matthew Smith was born in Kansas City, Missouri in 1960, and at the age of three moved with his family to Scottsdale, Arizona. Later, they moved to Europe where they lived two years in France and one in Switzerland. In…

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Gordon Snidow

Raised by strong women, he is one of the more recognized painters from the Southwest, devoting himself primarily to cowboy and female figure painting. He did numerous realistic gouache paintings of contemporary cowboys that reflect his understanding of the men,…

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Don Spaulding

Don Spaulding has had a life-long love affair with the history of the American West. Spaulding pictures the history of the American frontier with a view that reflects a unique visual narrative of the period. "I've always been intrigued with…

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Michael Stack

Michael Stack was born in New York in 1947 and raised in California. He is self-taught and has always been interested in art, primarily landscape painting. For the past twenty years, he has lived and painted in New Mexico and…

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Phil Starke

Phil Starke began to show an interest in art from the time he lived in Germany as a young boy while his father was in the military.  He studied at the American Academy of Art in Chicago.  Inspired by the…

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Oleg Stavrowsky

Born to Russian parents and raised in Harlem, New York, Oleg Stavrowsky is a painter of western subjects and now lives in Lago Vista, Texas, near Austin. Of himself, he says: "I turned out to be a real country hick.…

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Lee Stroncek

"Beginning with my childhood and continuing to this day, I have had a love affair with lakes, ponds, rivers and streams that borders on obsessive," says artist Lee Stroncek. "These forms of water have provided me with endless hours of…

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Kyle Stuckey

Kyle Stuckey was born in New Hampshire in 1987, began his formal art education at age 18 studying drawing and painting privately with Lori Woodward. He supplemented his education with art videos by Morgan Weistling and Daniel Gerhartz, and studied…

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Trevor Swanson

The son of world-renowned wildlife artist Gary R. Swanson, Trevor is a brilliant example of inspired talent passing from one generation to another. With his father's guidance, Trevor started painting at a very young age. Almost intuitively, he acquired an…

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Tim Tanner

Tim Tanner was born and raised on a small horse ranch in northern Utah, with family roots extending back through a long line of ranchers, miners, and pioneers in northwestern Utah and southwestern Montana. As a young man, if Tim…

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Karmel Timmons

The beautiful ranches that surround Karmel Timmons’ home in Elbert County Colorado became the inspiration for her to pick up her pencil and start drawing horses after a long absence from art. The western lifestyle was never at the forefront…

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Hsin-Yao Tseng

  Hsin-Yao Tseng was born in Taipei Taiwan in 1986. He was born to be an artist. At the age of ten, he began painting in watercolors, as well as other mediums. This activity at such an early age was…

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Jerry Venditti

A native Californian, Jerry Venditti is a painter of trompe l'oeil still life of Southwest motifs and also a painter of landscapes. He is a first generation Italian American who grew up in the Bay area, and he and his…

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Greg S. Wallace

Greg S. Wallace, the son of an artist and teacher, was born in La Crosse, Wisconsin in 1954. A number of art awards at a young age nurtured an interest and confidence in the arts. His formal art training was…

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Walt Wooten

Artist’s Development/Persons, Places, Events Influencing Work: “A great catalyst to my artistic development was participation in the early stages of the avant-garde “Hairy Who” movement led by Don Baum.   I credit that experience for my contemporary sensibility and a willingness…

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David Wright

    "The history of our country has always fascinated me. I paint people in the historical environment - creating an atmosphere, rather than detailing the event itself. In this way, you can see and understand - even feel -…

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Dan Young

When Dan Young took his fly rod and backpack into the high country while growing up in Colorado, his angling success came from learning to read lakes and streams with a fisherman's eye, and to cast and retrieve a line…

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